Fuel Your Preparation Freeze Dried Beef And Potato Stew 25 Year Tin

Sale price£57.00


This delectable meal features succulent beef, potatoes, and a variety of chunky vegetables combined in a flavourful tomato sauce that forms a warm and satisfying stew.

Thanks to the freeze-drying process, our tins allow for efficient packing of a large amount of food in a compact space. With a shelf life of 25 years, these meal tins offer reliable access to a hearty meal at any time.

These tins are also airtight, waterproof, and highly durable. The added convenience of a plastic lid ensures optimal freshness for up to 7 days after opening, according to the manufacturer's recommendation.

Additionally, using or replacing the included oxygen absorber can extend the shelf life for several months. This exceptional 25-year shelf life makes these lightweight tins the perfect choice for long-term disaster preparedness. Simply add hot water and wait 8 minutes for a delicious meal.


  • Shelf life 25 years.
  • Quality Nutrition
  • Feeds a group of 6

Ingredients: Diced Potatoes (38%), Cooked Beef Strips (14%), Diced Carrots, Green Beans, Diced Onions, Rapeseed Oil, Tomato Paste, Cornflour, Salt, Ground White Pepper.

Nutrition per 100g serving:

Energy 529Kcal, Protein 20g, Carbohydrates 38g, Sugar 9.2g, Fat 32g, Saturated Fat 6.6g, Fibre 3.3g, Salt 3.10g

Preparation Single Serving -

  • Mix the contents of the can well.
  • 600g Tin – Add 100g of the dry meal mix into a container.
  • Pour 280ml of  boiling water and mix thoroughly.
  • Cover with a lid and let it stand for 8-9mins. Stir, season to taste and serve.

To prepare entire Tin-

  • Remove the three oxygen absorbers from the can.
  • Cover the contents of the can with boiling water.
  • Stir the water into the food until mixed thoroughly.
  • Replace the lid and let the food stand for 8-9 minutes.
  • Stir, season to taste and serve.

Storage of Tins

These tins last for at least 25 years, to ensure maximum lifespan, please follow these simple steps for storing your emergency food tins correctly.

  1. Avoid extreme hot and cold conditions. Store in a cool room or cellar ideally, not in a loft! Try to keep the temperature fluctuations as low as possible. 
  2. Avoid Tin Damage. Store the tins where they are unlikely to be damaged or punctured. Small dents are fine as long as the integrity of the tin is not compromised. 

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